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CC&W2018 - Opening session

Welcome to the Climate Change & Water Conference 2018! This international conference, with participants coming from 46 countries and more than 100 communications, wants to stimulate exchanges and new developments that will enrich our view of local responses to the impacts of climate change on water, including biological, technical and societal adaptations. The objective is to gain insight on how threats to the water resource can be tackled by illustrating the different impacts of climate change on the water cycle from region to region, from the ecosystem ...
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CC&W2018 - ECRA session - Societal challenges related to climate change impacts on the hydrological cycle - risk analysis, vulnerability and adaptation

ECRA session - Societal challenges related to climate change impacts on the hydrological cycle - risk analysis, vulnerability and adaptationWelcome:  Peter BRAESICKE, ECRA chair, Helmholtz Association, KIT Keynote 1:  Chantal GASCUEL - Agrohydrology, INRA, FR Keynote 2: Eric MARTIN – IRSTEA, FR Panel discussion :  Jean JOUZEL (CEA/CNRS /UVSQ) - Chantal GASCUEL (INRA) -  Isabelle LA JEUNESSE (Tours U.) - Eric BRUN (ONERC) - Peter BRAESICKE (KIT, ECRA-Chair)more information : reseau-midi.fr
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Folding Turing is hard but feasible

We introduce and study the computational power of Oritatami, a theoretical model to explore greedy molecular folding, by which the molecule begins to fold before waiting the end of its production. This model is inspired by our recent experimental work demonstrating the construction of shapes at the nanoscale by folding an RNA molecule during its transcription from an engineered sequence of synthetic DNA. While predicting the most likely conformation is known to be NP-complete in other models, Oritatami sequences fold optimally in linear time. Although our model ...
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